Evil Dead reimagined: Coming soon to a theater near you!

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 10: Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi attend STARZ' Ash vs Evil Dead At New York Comic Con at Jacob Javits Center on October 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for STARZ)
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 10: Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi attend STARZ' Ash vs Evil Dead At New York Comic Con at Jacob Javits Center on October 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for STARZ) /

Evil Dead is returning to the silver screen with a lusciously layered reimagined score from composer Joseph LoDuca. Fans get ready to experience a beautiful new nightmare!

Thanks to Grindhouse Releasing, Evil Dead is returning to the silver screen featuring a beautifully orchestrated reimagined score from composer, Joseph LoDuca. Now, old and new audiences will be able to see Sam Raimi’s horror masterpiece and experience the incredible 5.1 surround sound mix.

For fans of the trilogy, this is a must-see event. To hear LoDuca’s luscious arrangement with strings and percussion in a theater would definitely be delightful. The fully orchestrated score is very reminiscent of Bernard Hermann’s Psycho in some parts.

Music is definitely an important component of any film because it sets the tone and evokes particular emotions at the right moments.

Which is evidenced in the scene where Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) is burying his beloved Linda in the featured clip from Mondo Con. The tension is so palpable you are on high alert the entire time you are watching the action onscreen.

Evil Dead will be playing in select cinemas beginning today. The film will make its Canadian debut in Vancouver, British Columbia at the Rio Theatre.

Here is the screening schedule courtesy of Grindhouse Releasing:

9/24 – Rio Theatre, Vancouver , B.C. – Canadian premiere
10/4 – Texas Theatre, Dallas, TX
10/4 – Alamo Drafthouse, Houston, TX
10/4 – Landmark Theatres Ritz- Bourse, Philadelphia , PA
10/5 – Beyond Fest – Egyptian Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
10/5 – Belcourt Theatre, Nashville, TN
10/6 – Tropicana Theatre, Las Vegas, NV
10/10 – New! Encore screening @ Texas Theatre, Dallas, TX
10/11 – Music Box Theatre, Chicago, IL
10/11 – 10/17 – Plaza Theatre, Atlanta, GA
10/11 – Alamo La Vista, Omaha, NE
10/12 – Thriller! Chiller! Film Festival – Wealthy Theatre, Grand Rapids, MI (w/Evil Dead SFX artist Tom Sullivan!)
10/15 – Alamo Drafthouse, Corpus Christi, TX
10/15 – Alamo Drafthouse, Laredo, TX
10/15 – Avalon Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
10/15 – Alamo Drafthouse, Raleigh , NC
10/16 – FilmScene, Iowa City, IA
10/17 – Alamo Drafthouse, Richardson TX
10/18 – Palace Theatre, Syracuse, NY (*35mm original version)
10/18 – FilmBar, Phoenix, AZ
10/18 – Gables Cinema, Coral Gables, FL
10/19 – Knoxville Horror Film Festival, Knoxville, TN
10/19 – Roxy 14, Santa Rosa, CA (with THE BEYOND)
10/20 – Hollywood Theater, Portland, OR
10/21 & 22 – Frida Cinema, Santa Ana, CA
10/23 – Fox Gold Coast, Ocean City, MD
10/23 – Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton, CO
10/25 – Kentucky Theatre, Lexington, KY
10/25 – Cinematique, Daytona Beach, FL
10/25 – Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, SK
10/26 – Globe Theater, Calgary, AB (Calgary Underground Film Festival)
10/26 & 31 – AFI Silver, Silver Spring, MD
10/26 – FEARnyc, New York, NY
10/26 & 29 – Apollo Cinema, Kitchener ON
10/27 – Metro Cinema, Edmonton, AB
10/29 – The Westdale, Hamilton, ON
10/29 – 11/3 – Historic Howell Theater, Howell MI
10/29 & 30 – Mayfair Theatre, Ottawa, ON
10/30 – Byrd Theatre, Richmond, VA
10/31 –Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville, ME
10/31 – Cinema Arts Center, Huntington, NY
10/31 – Loft Cinema, Tucson, AZ
10/31 – Fox Theatre, Toronto, ON
11/2 & 11/3 – Landmark Ken Theatre, San Diego
11/8 & 11/9 – Coolidge Corner Theatre, Boston
11/10 – Alamo Drafthouse, Woodbridge, VA
11/10 – Alamo Drafthouse, Ashburn, VA
12/20 – 12/24 – Gateway Film Center, Columbus, OH

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If none of the theater listings are near you, don’t worry. Grindhouse Releasing assures fans that more dates are on the way in the future. Cinema owners or chains that are interested in showing Evil Dead can contact David Szulkin, info@grindhousereleasing.com.

Have you seen Evil Dead in the theater? Let us know if you will be attending a showing in the comments.